Getting Around Calgary

One of the first things folks consider when buying a new home is location. With location comes transportation. Getting to work, school, concerts, sporting events or finding the quickest way to the mountains can be #1 on the priority list.
 

Birds Eye View, Walkscore or Overview

LRT and Transit

LRT - Quick and convenient rapid transit. 

 
Map source: Calgary Transit
 

Calgary Transit

Plan a bus route using Calgary Transit.
If you wish to find a home close to a transit stop one of the best resources is Google Maps. Zoom in to your preferred address and small blue boxes will appear along bus lines. These are the transit stops and further review will even show you the transit number which can be looked up on the route maps.
 

Biking in Calgary

 
Even though our winters can be more challenging, Calgary has a strong biking culture and ever growing bike pathway system. The City of Calgary even provides a Pathways and Bikeways app to keep you going in the right direction. For trip planning, the bike system map and connections to various events and resources visit the City of Calgary Cycling Resources. 
And remember, biking is as much about taking your children for a ride through your community as it is a commuting resource so take advantage of our pathways even if you wouldn't consider a daily commute.
 

On the Road

 
Whether driving to work or on your way to the mountains or local lakes to enjoy some outdoor fun, check out these resources to plan your trip.
 
 

Walking in Calgary

The above map centers on Marda Loop, a popular and walkable community in SW Calgary. In our MLS system the area is at the centre of the corners of Garrison Woods, Altadore, South Calgary and Richmond. If you rely on your feet over other forms of transportation than Walkscore maps will assist you in tracking the benefits of various potential properties.